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Mild acid hydrolysis of wood

R. J. Burton


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Mild acid hydrolysis of wood by R. J. Burton Download PDF EPUB FB2

Unique about oxalic acid treatment and if the effect can be duplicated with other acids. Two hypotheses were proposed: 1. Hydrolysis of wood at pH 1 to 2 will not reduce brightness as much as other pretreatments.

Oxalic acid is a difunctional acid with pKa values of and Bisulfate, oxalic, and sulfurous acids will provide a bufferedCited by: 1. In this case, the acid-to-wood ratio should bethe acid concentration 2% when hydrochloric acid is used, or 3% to 5% when sulfuric acid is used, the duration of the hydrolysis, at °C, is 30 minutes, and the yield of sugar is % to %.

Mild acid hydrolysis of wood Author: Burton, Russell J. ISNI: This study examines hydrolysis of the softwood Pinus sylvestris with sulphuric acid at Mild acid hydrolysis of wood book below 4% w/w at temperatures between 56°C and 95°C, and reaction times up to minutes.

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Structural mechanisms involved in mild-acid hydrolysis of a defined tetrasaccharide-repeating sulfate fucan With Francisco F. Bezerra, Vitor H. Pomin Sulfated fucans (SFs) and sulfated galactans (SGs) from invertebrate animals are polysaccharides composed of repeating oligosaccharide units and regular sulfation : Francisco F.

Bezerra, Vitor H. Pomin. Mild reducing conditio ns will preserve wood brightne ss during acid hydrolysis treatments. Table 1 shows th e reduction potential for the three acids used in this study. The aim of this study was investigate the hydrolysis yields using mineral acids: sulfuric (H 2 SO 4), nitric (HNO 3), phosphoric (H 3 PO 4), and acetic (CH 3 COOH), in order to find which hydrolysis process is more advantageous for Brazilian wood.

Also, a theoreticalFile Size: KB. Acid hydrolysis is also responsible for the deterioration of the strength properties of paper products during ageing (Kato and Cameron,Wilson and Parks, ). When cellulosic fibres are subjected to acid, the glucosidic linkages in the cellulose are broken and the degree of polymerisation (DP) by: Deacidification refers to chemical treatments meant to slow down the acid hydrolysis and embrittlement of books and paper documents that had been printed on acidic paper.

From the early s up to aboutpapermakers used aluminum sulfate, an acidic compound, in most printing papers. Acid attack. There are two principal chemical degradation pathways of paper: acid-catalysed hydrolysis and oxidation. The pH of 1 g of a piece of paper in 50 cm 3 of water gives a measure of its acidity.

Early work on paper conservation chemistry found that old paper. Acid hydrolysis becomes important in the pulp and paper industry whenever we process wood fibers below pH 2 or so at elevated temperatures. Let us consider some examples of acid hydrolysis. Let us consider some examples of acid hydrolysis.

A high yield of up to 85% was achieved by mild oxalic acid hydrolysis in comparison to the yield of 35% using the most common approach with sulfuric acid hydrolysis.

Synthesis of boronic acids. Recent Literature. The deprotection of boronic esters can be performed under mild conditions in the presence of methylboronic acid. The reaction provides high yields, and eliminates cumbersome and problematic purification steps due to the high volatility of methylboronic acid and its diol esters.

General Papers ARKIVOC (vii) Page ©ARKAT-USA, Inc A mild alkaline hydrolysis of N- and N,N-substituted amides and nitriles Vassiliki Theodorou,* a Georgios Paraskevopoulos, b and Konstantinos Skobridis* a aDepartment of Chemistry, University of Ioannina, GR 10 Ioannina, Greece bDepartment of Inorganic and Organic Chemistry, Charles University, Prague, Hradec Králové.

Fractionation of the water-soluble polysaccharides from Japanese larch wood affords two homogeneous arabinogalactans A and B. Mild acid hydrolysis of arabinogalactan A furnishes β--arabinopyranosyl--arabinose.

Hydrolysis of methylated arabinogalactan A gives 2,3,4- and 2,3,5-tri- and 2,5-di--methyl. The dilute acid ( M H2SO4) hydrolysis at °C of samples comprised of varying fractions of crystalline (α-form) and amorphous cellulose was studied. The amorphous content, based on XRD and CP/MAS NMR, and the product (glucose) yield, based on HPLC, increased by as much as a factor of 3 upon ball milling.

These results are interpreted in terms of a model involving mechanical Cited by: Mild acid hydrolysis of wood Author: Burton, Russell J. Awarding Body: Loughborough University of Technology This study examines hydrolysis of the softwood Pinus sylvestris with sulphuric acid at concentrations below 4% w/w at temperatures between 56°C and Author: Russell J.

Burton. The wood filler obtained from aspen sawdust was modified by mild acid hydrolysis and by ammoxidation. Contact angles of the wood particles and the WPC samples were measured with Kruss KM using the Washburn and Wilhelmy methods, respectively.

Work of adhesion was calculated using Young-Dupre equation. Cellulose dissolves in Brönsted acidic ionic liquids 1-(1-propylsulfonic)methylimidazolium chloride and 1-(1-butylsulfonic)methylimidazolium chloride up to 20 g/ g ionic liquid by gentle mixing at room temperature. Hydrolysis of cellulose can be carried out in these ionic liquid solutions by the addition of equiv of water per glucose unit of cellulose and heating the solution at Cited by: The results suggest that after a certain P-factor (), severe hydrolysis conditions have no advantage over mild ones as related to the MCC particle properties.

Because of favourable reaction conditions (short delay time, moderate temperature, and small amounts of chemicals), this method can be implemented on an industrial scale in a chemical. Some Of The Products Obtained In The Hydrolysis Of White Spruce Wood With Dilute Sulphuric Acid Under Steam Pressure [Galo Wenceslao Blanco] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages. Hard and softwoods were pretreated by mild acid hydrolysis and their pore size distribution determined.

Regardless of the substrate, the initial rate of hydrolysis Cited by: Acid hydrolysis using concentrated mineral acids is currently the most applied method to prepare nanocellulose, specifically cellulose nanocrystals (CNCs).

However, the method exhibits several critical defects, namely it is hazardous to the environment and human body, Cited by: 6.